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Lisa Trapp17-May-00 06:02 PM EST   
Lisa Trapp17-May-00 06:04 PM EST   
marg18-May-00 02:20 PM EST   
18-May-00 03:23 PM EST   
H.H.Gardener23-May-00 01:47 PM EST   
diane25-May-00 10:30 AM EST   
Samuelnup28-Jan-18 06:34 AM EST 2   


Subject: Full p.m. sun annual ideas
From: Lisa Trapp
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Date: 17-May-00 06:02 PM EST

I have a space of good soil in my back yard that I would like to plant some annual plants/bushes that will not tempt the squirrels or slugs to come near. The space is about 15ft. long and 2 ft. wide. I would like something that grows to about 2-3ft. high or spreads around 2 ft. in width. Possibly a bush with colorful flowers or leaves. I hope this isn't too broad of a question as I really have no idea what to plant! Thanks for the ideas!

Lisa


Subject: Full p.m. sun annual ideas
From: Lisa Trapp
Zone:
Date: 17-May-00 06:04 PM EST

I have a space of good soil in my back yard that I would like to plant some annual plants/bushes that will not tempt the squirrels or slugs to come near. The space is about 15ft. long and 2 ft. wide. I would like something that grows to about 2-3ft. high or spreads around 2 ft. in width. Possibly a bush with colorful flowers or leaves. I hope this isn't too broad of a question as I really have no idea what to plant! Thanks for the ideas!

Lisa


Subject: RE: Full p.m. sun annual ideas
From: marg
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Date: 18-May-00 02:20 PM EST

My favorite bushes for a long blooming period are weigela and potentilla. Both do well in my sunny, hot and dry garden. They flower most of the summer and come in different colours. As for annuals and perennials, I suggest that you try different ones. That's the fun of gardening.


Subject: RE: Full p.m. sun annual ideas
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Date: 18-May-00 03:23 PM EST

How about Caryopteris or even the Lavateras ('Barnsley' and 'Eyecatcher' are perennials in certain zones. There are many annual lavateras, all long blooming and sun loving). Other sun lovers and low drinkers are: Zinnias, Portulaca and Ice Plant, the fragrant Heliotrope. Also consider Tickseed (Coreopsis), yarrows, Purple Coneflower (Echinacea), Shasta Daisies. All of these are good bloomers throughout the summer. These are only a few ideas. Check out your local garden centre for their recommendations...

Good luck!!


Subject: RE: Full p.m. sun annual ideas
From: H.H.Gardener
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Date: 23-May-00 01:47 PM EST

If it is annuals you want, then Lantana or Eyptain Star (Penta) are great choices for that location. Perwinkles are another choice. As for shrubs, Spiraea thunbergi 'Gold Flame' with pink flowers golden foliage is great, or use the Nandina 'Nana', both will fit the criteria for height and climate conditions.


Subject: RE: Full p.m. sun annual ideas
From: diane
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Date: 25-May-00 10:30 AM EST

try cosmos as an annual flower for the hot dry bed. i have them in my south facing garden right nexrt to the house. sonata mix is my favorite, grows about 2 feet high the spread is only about 12 -18 inches. beautiful flowers in pinks and fuchias. happy gardening


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